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Episode Eight of the classic British television series "H.G.Wells' The Invisible Man" from 1958.
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Classic TV; Invisible Man; British; 1958
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: Blind Justice (Invisible Man)
Season 1, episode 9.
Original air date: 8 August 1959.
Cast: Lisa Daniely (Diane Brady), Philip Friend (Arthur Holt), Jack Watling (Sandy Mason), Julian Somers (Simmons), Honor Blackman (Katherine Holt), Leslie Phillips (Sparrow), Robert Raglan (Detective Inspector Heath) and Desmond Llewelyn (Detective Sergeant).
Car chase exagerated; it is sci-fi: Invisible Man.
Subject: Where are his clothes?
In the first episode, The accident that turned him invisible also made his clothes invisible.
Presumably he is wearing these clothes when in public. I hope he isn't wearing his shirt inside out! They missed a lot of gags. Smoke floating around in the shape of lungs, Food being eaten.
The episodes seem clueless to his condition. Nobody seems to be alarmed to meet him and everybody seems to have heard about him.
I really hate his neice, she changes the mood of the show from gritty to "Family Affair" cute in the blink of an eye.
Subject: ha ha
isnt the invisible man truly invisible when not wearing clothes? so, hes mowing the lawn nude, driving around nude, going to meetings nude? hee hee what a guy.
Subject: James Bond
Did anyone notice the appearance of two actors who would later become famous in James Bond Movies?
Honor Blackman was "Pussy Galore" in "Goldfinger" and Desmond Llewelyn was "Q" in almost every James Bond film (only two missing).
Here Mrs. Blackman is the wife of the framed pilot and Llewelyn has a small part as detective sergeant.
As a whole, I like this series. Half an hour of quick storytelling, adequate acting.
Subject: Invisble man
It was. In 1959-1960, Danger Man (aka Secret Agent)debuted on ITC under Sir Lou Grade's production company with Ralph Smart as producer, Aida Young associate producer and Patrick McGoohan as John Drake. The show's premise was that Drake worked for NATO Secuity Agency. It last one year and came in a hour format with Drake working for MI8 (birtish Intellgence)this lasted until 1966 when he did The Prisoner.
More please!!! Love this show!
Subject: Ralph Smart
It looks like this series was produced by the genius behind Danger Man/Secret Agent, Ralph Smart.
You can't go wrong with this 1950's gem.